|Sold By||Oxford University Press|
|Author||Sumit K Majumdar|
# Key Features # Provides a detailed historical description of the intellectual origins of India's modern industrialization Accessibly written Based on careful, detailed, and extensive empirical analyses of almost 70 years Includes a case study of Maruti Suzuki, India's largest automobile manufacturer # About this book # Lost Glory assesses the role of industrial performance as a source of sustainable growth in India. The book provides a detailed historical description of the intellectual origins of India's modern industrial economy, conclusions on policies implemented, and a set of key suggestions for revival of sustainable growth. # Readership # Academics and researchers. Readers interested in the Indian economy. P, UP # About the Author # Sumit K. Majumdar is Professor of Technology Strategy in the Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas. His doctoral degree is from the University of Minnesota. He has been on the faculties of Imperial College, London, and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant and as a Chartered Management Accountant during stays in London. His prior degrees were from the Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics, and the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, both of the University of Bombay. His research has assessed how policies and institutional changes have impacted corporate strategy and performance. An area that he has been involved in relates to the Indian economy, as it has emerged from a command-and-control regime to free market status, and his works on the impact of policy innovations and reforms in the Indian industrial sector are extensive and influential.